Right away, I want to say I hate the mock drafts with trade scenarios... there can literally be million combination of trades and I see no sense in discussing these. I usually keep away from any trade discussions and I like my mock draft simple.
But for this post, I am taking a shot at draft filled with trades. The firing of Mcdaniels has given rise to that possibiity. The new Denver coach might want to go with Orton who is more conventional QB or someone else. Bottomline, that coach might not want Tebow. I used the help of draft value chart extensively. So, all I say might not be complete non-sense. But it seems too good to be true, so I would not even try to defend this in the comments section.
For discussion, I see us drafting at #3 and denver at #5. The value for #3 is 2200 and for #5 is 1700. Tebow was picked in the 20s last year which is around 700. So here's the trade
Our #3 + Rd 3 pick for #5 + Tebow. Effectively we give our 3rd round pick for Tebow. From Denver's standpoint they gain a 3rd round pick for a qb they dont want and move ahead in the draft.
Now, our basic needs next year after QB are OT, ILB, OLB, TE. There is no one worth at #5 at these positions. But there is a possibility for Prince amukamara to be there at #5. Looking down, i can see houston, titans, vikings, cowboys or redskins would want to move up to take him.
Trade: #5 for houston's #12 + rd 2 (#44).
#12 - we pick Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College.
#35 - Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois
Trade: rnd 2(houston) for late rnd 2 + late rnd 3
late rnd 2: Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin
Trade: late rnd 3 + our rnd 4+ our rnd 7 to move to early rnd 3
early rnd 3: Dontay Moch, OLB
rnd 4( from lynch): Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville
rd 5: will hill, s, florida
rd 6: anthony gray, nt, southern mississippi
#12: anthony castonzo, ot
rd2a: martez wilson, ilb
rd2b: lance kendricks, te
trade: tim tebow, qb
rd 3: dontay moch, olb
rd 4: bilal powell, rb
rd 5: will hill, s
rd 6: anthony gray, nt